Boca goes for a World Cup defender trained at the club, but who did not debut
The departure of Junior Alonso It generated that the Boca leadership began to move to find a reinforcement in the defense’s central back. And one of the names that is gaining strength is that of the Colombian Oscar Murillo, who already had a stint at the Ribera club.
The 32-year-old coffee player, who currently works in Pachuca, Mexico, played in the inferiors of Xeneize in 2006 and left the institution before making his debut in the First Division.
In fact, Murillo was a duo in defense with Ezequiel Munoz, last step through Lanus, and who did manage to play in the Primera de Boca, just like Lucas Pratto and Nicolas Gaitan, who were also his companions.
The truth is that the Boca Football Council already has on file the central defender who also played for Atletico Nacional, Quindio, Pereira and the Colorado Rapids, in addition to playing the World Cup in Russia with the Colombian National Team, who is valued for his experience. and because it handles the left-handed profile.